On last night’s episode of Emily Puts Forth an Unnecessary Amount of Effort into a Class She Does Not Really Enjoy: The Funky-Looking Skulls of Hominid Evolution
From top, left to right:
- Lucy - Au. afarensis
- Mrs. Ples - Au. africanus
- The Black Skull - P. aethiopicus
- Zinjanthropus - P. boisei
- SK 48 - P. robustus
- KNM-ER 1813 - H. habilis
- Peking Man - H. erectus
- La Chapelle-aux-Saints - H. neanderthalensis
- Modern H. sapien
Valeriana officinalis, Garden heliotrope. It was introduced to the United States from Europe, and the root has been used in treatment of nervousness, insomnia and hysteria. It was used medicinally as far back as in Ancient Greece, and contains a host of medicinally relevant compounds (including alkaloids, iridoids and flavanones).
Photos by brilliantbotany.
Have some fawx faces. :3
I’d like to add to the collection but it’s not easy finding fox faces in Europe, especially ones I don’t have. >< - I’m considering sending out an order to GW for a variety of ranch faces (if they have any) and possibly a Silver Fox, just so paying $150 in export fees doesn’t seem so excessive for a bunch of faces. :U
Or I finally take that trip to Europe I’ve been planning and bring David as a gift xD!